What did you want the reincarnation of the Chevrolet Blazer to be? A mud-slinging, open-air Jeep Wrangler competitor to invoke the spirit of the old K5 Blazer? A truck-based relic from the dawn of the SUV era like the S-10 Blazers from the '80s and '90s? Chances are, your idea of what the Blazer should be doesn't sync up with what the actual 2019 Blazer is: a unibody crossover fitting neatly between Chevy's Equinox and Traverse in size.
"Material quality is below average for this class, though, with some soft touchpoints higher on the dash but plenty of hard plastic lower down, and none of the trimmings are particularly inspiring".
"The main hiccup in the Blazer's otherwise appealing package is its steep pricing. Chevrolet structures its trim levels so that they appear roughly competitive MSRP-wise; front-wheel-drive models start from just under $30,000 and are priced up to the mid-$40,000 range. But not much equipment comes standard, even on higher trims, and the options are quite costly".